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Implementing the Aotearoa New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy

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By Charles Daugherty for Bay Buzz

Twenty months after release of Te Mana o Te Taio – Aotearoa New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy 2020 (ANZBS), Government has released a much meatier document – the Strategy’s Implementation Plan.
The Strategy identified five major outcomes to be achieved by 2050. These align closely with the five strategic goals of the Hawke’s Bay Biodiversity Strategy 2015-2020. The first two outcomes/goals of both Strategies focus on restoring and securing the future for indigenous ecosystems, habitats, and species; three more link the health, well-being and prosperity of New Zealanders to a healthy nature.

2 May 2022

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